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2021 course-specific updates

Faculty of Science

Courses - Bachelor

There should be no issue with the Bachelor of Science degree, however it would be dependent on the major/minor component, so please check this advice. For the Doctor of Dental Medicine degree, please check the advice from the Faculty of Medicine and Health.

There should be no issue with the Bachelor of Science degree, however it would be dependent on the major/minor component, so please check this advice. For the Doctor of Medicine degree, please check the advice from the Faculty of Medicine and Health. 

There are no components in first year Master of Nutrition and Dietetics which can be undertaken remotely in Semester 1, 2021. If you cannot arrive in Semester 1 2021, you will need to suspend your studies. If you have any concerns around your progression in this degree or are unclear on you options, contact science academic advice at science.academicadvice@sydney.edu.au.

Years 1 and 2 units of study can be undertaken remotely. If you have any concerns around your progression in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine or are unclear on you options, contact Veterinary Science Education Support at vetsci.education@sydney.edu.au

Courses - Masters

Applies in: Semester 1 Year 1 

If you are an international student, you will have received advice from the Faculty. 

If you have any concerns about your progression in this degree, or are unclear on your options contact the Psychology Education Support Team at psychology.education@sydney.edu.au

Applies in: Semester 1 Year 1 

If you have any concerns about your progression in this degree or are unclear on your options, contact psychology.pgadmin@sydney.edu.au

Applies in: Semester 1 Year 1 

If you are an impacted student, you will have received advice from the Faculty.

If you have any concerns around your progression in this degree or are unclear on your options contact Science Academic Advice at science.academicadvice@sydney.edu.au

You need to be on campus for this program. If you have concerns regarding progression or attending on campus, contact Dr Peter Bennett at peter.bennett@sydney.edu.au to discuss your options.

Courses - Doctorate

Applies in: Semester 2 Year 1 

The Sydney School of Veterinary Science have been communicating with all impacted students, including Bachelor of Veterinary Biology students progressing to the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Students can start in Semester 1 but need to be on-campus by Semester 2. 

If you have any concerns around your progression in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine or are unclear on you options, contact Veterinary Science Education Support at vetsci.education@sydney.edu.au

Majors and minors

You can complete Semester 1 remotely. If you cannot be on campus for Semester 2 you will need to suspend, although you may be able to study other units in Semester 1 for your second major.

If you are concerned about your progression in the major, please email Dr Girish Lakhwani at girish.lakhwani@sydney.edu.au.

If you are concerned about your progression in the major, please email  Associate Professor Patrice Rey at patrice.rey@sydney.edu.au.

If you are concerned about your progression in the major, please email Associate Professor Chris McErlean at christopher.mcerlean@sydney.edu.au.

You can complete Semester 1 remotely. If you cannot be on campus for Semester 2 you will need to suspend, although you may be able to study other units in Semester 1 for your second major.

If you are concerned about your progression in the major, please email Associate Professor Michael Wheatland at michael.wheatland@sydney.edu.au.

Honours

If you are unable to progress in this honours area, you may be able to study in a connected area in the Faculty of Science. If you would like to learn more about studying a Science major area and discuss your options, please contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you are unable to progress in this honours area, you may be able to study in a connected area in the Faculty of Science. If you would like to learn more about studying a Science major area and discuss your options, please contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you are unable to progress in this honours area, you may be able to study in a connected area in the Faculty of Science. If you would like to learn more about studying a Science major area and discuss your options, please contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you are unable to progress in this honours area, you may be able to study in a connected area in the Faculty of Science. If you would like to learn more about studying a Science major area and discuss your options, please contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you are unable to progress in this honours area, you may be able to study in a connected area in the Faculty of Science. If you would like to learn more about studying a Science major area and discuss your options, please contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you are unable to progress in this honours area, you may be able to study in a connected area in the Faculty of Science. If you would like to learn more about studying a Science major area and discuss your options, please contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

Specialisations

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Dr Paul Austin at paul.austin@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Dr Paul Austin at paul.austin@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Dr Paul Austin at paul.austin@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Dr Paul Austin at paul.austin@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Professor Bill Pritchard at bill.pritchard@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Dr Paul Austin at paul.austin@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Dr Paul Austin at paul.austin@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Dr Paul Austin at paul.austin@sydney.edu.au.

If you would like to discuss your options, you should contact Dr Paul Austin at paul.austin@sydney.edu.au.

Last updated: 21 February 2021

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